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K: Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can't Stop Talking, by Susan Cain; The Dead in Their Vaulted Arches, by Alan Bradley
C: The Pixar Touch by David A. Price; Jurassic Park, by Michael Crichton
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Tag Archives: CTIFOTI
Watch this awesome talk from science writer Ed Yong on TED about the ways in which parasites manipulate their hosts. He brings up the very scary and very cool question: what parasites might be controlling us? (Clicking on the image will … Continue reading
Care of wimp.com, please enjoy: This is quite possibly the most existential, slightly depressing while still funny, and frankly, amazing cartoon I have ever watched.
Check out this NY Times infographic charting racial patterns in the US. Search for your zip code and zoom out a little for a view of your city, to see how stark neighborhoods are divided or integrated. Manhattan and Chicago are especially … Continue reading
Check out this clever chart that depicts movies in chart format. Genius!
Click on the picture to watch a cool TED talk (via Wimp) from Manu Prakash from Stanford University about the 50 cent paper microscope his lab has developed for diagnostics in under-served countries. Uh-mazing.
Wow, it’s been so long since we’ve had a For your math loving pleasure, we proudly present today’s find: Can’t. Stop. Watching.